Publication details. Gracilaria arcuata Zanardini , pl. 5: fig. 2. Published in: Zanardini, G. ( ”). Plantarum in mari Rubro hucusque collectarum. Plants commonly cm tall, but can be up to 37 cm, and are usually 1 mm wide. Axes terete to markedly flattened, especially basally, with. Gracilaria canaliculata Sonder, Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: ?p=taxdetails&id=
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References Top of page Abbott IA, Wikimedia Commons has media related to Gracilaria. California Sea Grant College Program, Vietnamese species of Gracilaria and Gracilariopsis. Upper portion showing bifurcate tips. Oceanographic Institute, Nha Trang, Vietnam: Gracilaria from the Philippines: Taxonomy of economic seaweeds. The species is also a popular ornamental plant in the aquarium trade Littler and Littler, Taxonomy of Economic Seaweeds with reference to some Pacific species Vol.
Interactions between light intensity and temperature on the physiological ecology of Gracilaria tikvahiae Gigartinales, Rhodophyta.
Type species The type species lectotype of the genus Gracilaria is Gracilaria compressa C. Total dietary fiber content in Hawaiian marine algae.
Pond culture of Gracilaria spp. Journal of Phycology, 38 3: Gracilaria oligosaccharides with degree of polymerization 6 prepared by agarase digestion from agar-bearing Gracilaria sp.
A comparison of the nutritional content of Hawaiian Gracilaria species.
WoRMS – World Register of Marine Species – Gracilaria Greville,
Gracilaria commonly appears as a macroalgae for sale klasifikaei the aquarium trade. Some species of Gracilaria and Polycavernosa from the Siboga Expedition. Under high light and nutrient conditions, G. The University of Michigan Press.
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Citing AlgaeBase Cite this record as: Innovative Methods of Marine Ecosystem Restoration. Citing AlgaeBase Cite this record as: Phylogeography of Gracilaria tikvahiae Gracilariaceae, Rhodophyta: Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries for Taxonomy of economic seaweeds with reference to some Pacific and caribbean species.
Marine algae of Japan. Wright; TCD Masuda et al. Habitat Top of page G. Shimoda Masuda et al. Type species The type species lectotype of the genus Gracilaria is Klasifilasi compressa C. Following the transfer of S. Taxonomy of Economic Seaweeds with reference to some Pacific species. Type information Type locality: Bangia atropurpurea, Callophyllis adhaerens, Polyopes affinis syn.
Taxonomy of Economic Seaweeds.
Macroalgal responses to nitrogen source and availability: Interactions between concentration and frequency of nutrient pulses.
A description is provided for Pythium porphyrae. An aberrant life-history in Gracilaria edulis Graciladia. Abottcites the Red Sea as the type locality. In the Philippinesit is called gulaman and used to make gelatin. Cape Hatteras to Cape Canaveral.
California Sea Grant College. Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report. Agardh from specimens collected in the North River, New York.
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Taxonomy of economic seaweeds with reference to some Pacific and Caribbean species. Retrieved 10 October Marine plants of the Asian Pacific Region countries, their use and cultivation.
Status of name This name is of an entity that is currently accepted taxonomically.
Gracilarai information is from the Literature database. This species is capable of rapid nutrient uptake and growth when environmental conditions are favourable Lapointe and Ryther, ; Lapointe et al.
A critical assessment of the systematics of the family Gracilariaceae, based on rbc L sequence analysis, identified nine distinct evolutionary clades within the genus Gracilaria Gurgel and Fredericq, Seaweed Flora of the Maritimes.